T-Mobile Netherlands revenues fall 4.5% in Q2

Thursday 6 August 2015 | 09:01 CET | News
T-Mobile Netherlands reported second-quarter revenues down 4.5 percent to EUR 362 million. EBITDA fell 17 percent to EUR 124 million, and capital expenditure declined 8.7 percent to EUR 42 million. As a result free cash flow was down 21 percent from a year earlier to EUR 82 million. T-Mobile said consumer revenues fell 7.6 percent to EUR 266 million, business revenues declined 7.5 percent to EUR 62 million and 'other' (mainly wholesale) dropped 42 percent to EUR 34 million. Service revenues were down 15 percent to EUR 255 million, while hardware revenue rose 37 percent to EUR 34 million. The

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Companies: BEN / T-Mobile Netherlands
Countries: Netherlands
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